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Does Renova (tretinoin) 0.02% interact with other medications?

Talk to your healthcare provider about drugs that increase your sensitivity to light and should not be taken with Renova (tretinoin) 0.02%. Certain kinds of antibiotics, such as tetracycline and ciprofloxacin, should not be taken with Renova 0.02%.

Sulfa drugs, such as sulfamethoxazole and trimethoprim, should also be avoided. Diuretics, which are sometimes taken for high blood pressure, should not be used with Renova 0.02%. Certain mood stabilizers, like fluphenazine or chlorpromazine, should also not be used with Renova 0.02%.  You should also avoid harsh chemicals (such as hair dye) or astringents with alcohol when using Renova 0.02%.

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